The light was unbelievable in Arnarfjörður fjord.

Wow, What a View of the West Fjords!

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Laundry on a line by the physician's residence.

Ghosts and Gorgeous Landscape

13 Sep “Visiting the West Fjords has seldom been as enjoyable as this summer.”

Olivier Staiger plays the violin.

Aurora Enthusiast Sees Bright Side of Quarantine

11 Sep “People think it’s impossible to visit the country, due to the double [coronavirus] testing requirement, but there is so much you can do while in quarantine.”

The calm before the storm by Dyrhólaey.

Photo from Iceland Shortlisted for International Award

26 Aug Among the 26 shortlisted entries of the Royal Meteorological Society (RMetS) Weather Photographer of the Year competition 2020 is the one you see above, taken at Dyrhólaey, South Iceland.

Chris Burkard.

Burkard, Followed by Millions, Bikes Across Iceland

24 Aug Cyclist and Iceland enthusiast Chris Burkard, 34, is riding his bike across the country these days.

Horned grebe.

From Shooting Birds to Shooting Photos

7 Jun The horned grebes, a.k.a. Slavonian grebes (Podiceps auritus), on Vífilsstaðavatn, near Reykjavík, are busy these days.

Stunning Marine Life Pictures Made Accessible

9 Nov A new website, sealife.is, offers a vast collection of pictures of marine life in Icelandic waters.

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The abstract beauty of glaciers

16 Oct 2018 Icelandic photographer Ragnar Axelsson has captured the beauty of Iceland for decades. In a new exhibition at Ásmundarsalur gallery in Reykjavik he exhibits photographs of Icelandic glaciers as you've never seen them before.

Photographer Saga Sig

Art: Fashion photographer Saga Sig starts painting

5 Jun 2018 Renowned Icelandic fashion photographer Saga Sig has taken to painting on the side and is producing artwork that's already gaining a lot of attention.

Andrea and her boyfriend holding their newborn son.

Icelandic home birth: Roar of the lioness

30 May 2018 A wondrous photo essay by photographer Aldís Pálsdóttir capturing the birth of a baby boy to parents Andrea Eyland Sóleyjar-og Björgvinsdóttir and Þorleifur Kamban.

Resilient: The Women of Honduras’ telling the story of how the women of Honduras face severely adverse conditions and are forced to find ways to adapt that are so foreign to people like you and I, its nearly unfathomable.

Interview:"My camera is my passport"

4 Apr 2018 Christina Simons is half Icelandic and lives in Melbourne, Australia. Recently she made a much-respected shortlist in the Discovery category of the Sony World Photography contest with the winner announced in April.

A parking lot at Bauhaus, a hardware store just outside Reykjavik.

Iceland's darkest hours photographed for The Guardian

18 Jan 2018 An interesting photo series shot by Stuart Richardson for British newspaper The Guardian features images of the almost constant darkness in the middle of the Icelandic winter.

In Metamorphosis Sigurgeir turns to the city and the built-up countryside, comparing and contrasting these motifs with his photographs of the wilderness.

Photography exhibition juxtaposing Iceland's wilderness with the urbanscape of Reykjavik

20 May 2017 Metamorphosis is a new exhibition which opens at the Reykjavík Museum of Photography today featuring the works of photographer Sigurgeir Sigurjónsson.

The artist who runs with horses in Iceland

15 Mar 2017 American artist Nick Turner, according to VICE magazine, likes to take self-portraits of himself getting intimate with nature in Iceland.

Kerið, a volcanic crater lake located in South Iceland's Golden Circle tourist route is visible here in the middle of the photo.

Icelandic Aurora photo published by NASA

6 Mar 2017 A photograph of colourful Northern Lights, also known as the Aurora Borealis, was captured over crater Kerið in South Iceland recently. The beauty of the photograph captured the eyes of the editors of the NASA astronomy website who published it as picture of the day.

Hallgrímskirkja church, one of the city's landmarks, dusted with snowflakes.

Incredible photos of the record breaking snowfall night in Reykjavik

27 Feb 2017 Icelandic photographer Gunnar Freyr woke up to the sound of a tree breaking in his garden and saw the heavy snowfall coming down. He grabbed his camera and ventured into the city centre to capture these fantastic photos of a magical night.

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